Digital forest models can be used for forest management, guidance, planning, and protection, and they also allow for sharing of data and collaboration in complex cases.
It is also necessary to support users to be able to combine short- and long-term economic efficiency with sustainability by visualising the current state of the forest. The forest industry already uses digital tools, and by improving resolution and user interaction the quality of their work can be improved. We will present our work within the Visual Sweden platform project Smart Twin and will describe the use of many different sensor types, show advanced visualisation techniques, and demonstrate new possibilities with the available technologies.
- Lena Klasén, Professor LiU/Research Director, Swedish National Police Authority
- Martin Holmberg, Professor/Researcher, RISE, Project Manager, Smart Twins
- Ulrika Johansson, Project Manager, Visual Sweden/Linköping Science Park
About the organiser
Visual Sweden is an initiative based in Östergötland, Sweden, oriented toward promoting innovation and regional growth within the visualization and image analysis fields. Central actors are Region Östergötland, Linköpings Municipality, Norrköpings Municipality, Linköping University, several governmental institutions such as SMHI, NFC, and FOI, as well as around 50 smaller, mid-sized, and larger companies.